Mach's fertig! – Antragsworkshop

Labor Ateliers | Dachauer Str. 112d, 80797 München, Deutschland

Workshop for funding applications by the Tanzbüro and Theaterbüro München for all performing arts professionals of the independent scene.

 

20.04.2023

10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Focus on text with Matthias Quabbe

Lunch break

14 -16 hrs Focus on finances with Felix Wittek

Coffee break

16.30 - 17 hrs Application form Munich with Felix Wittek (& Tina Meß)

Mini break

17.15 - 18.15 Speeddating (with representatives from the Munich Department of Culture, jury members, dance office and theater office)

 

21.04.2023

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. In-depth, structured application with Felix Wittek and Matthias Quabbe 

1 p.m. Lunch break

14 -15 h Q & A with representatives of Tanzbüro and Theaterbüro

 

 

Focus on text work on 20.4.23 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

In this workshop we will look at practical approaches to facilitate writing. The aim is to formulate a framework for writing, to broaden the understanding of what a concept is and what it must be able to do, to sharpen the attention for essential aspects and to formulate some practical guidelines for writing.

Practical exercises and exchange are in the foreground of the workshop and also serve to work on your own proposal text. Therefore: Bringing a concrete project idea is desirable!


Focus on financial planning on 20.4.23 from 14-17 h (with breaks).

This workshop will focus on creating a cost plan for a project that will be submitted for funding. Current fee floors, KSK levies, etc. will also be addressed. Additionally, the development of a financial plan with multiple funding agencies will be discussed.

As a working example, we will use the form provided by the Munich Department of Culture.


Structured application on 21.4.23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The workshop teaches how to write an application for each call for proposals in a structured way, thus increasing the chances of being approved. We will mainly deal with the principle of an application argumentation, with which it is possible to logically combine the goals of the sponsor with one's own project goals. As a working example, we will use the form of the Munich Department of Culture. In addition, we will take a look at calls for proposals in order to understand which information is relevant for the funder to evaluate an application. 



Matthias Quabbe is a dance dramaturg and theater scholar. From 2007 to 2019, he was dramaturg and production manager at K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg, where he was responsible for the residency programs, among other things. Since 2020 he works as a freelance dramaturg, among others with Reut Shemesh, Rykena/Jüngst, Overhead Project. In the MA Performance Practices at ArtEZ Hoogeschool vor de Kunsten Arnhem he teaches dramaturgy. In 2011, 2014 and 2017 he was a member of the jury Spitzenförderung Tanz NRW, 2021 in the jury Tanzpakt Stadt Land Bund as well as in the jury for Tanzplattform Deutschland 2022.


Felix Wittek is an independent ISO-certified EU fundraiser and producer in the field of performing arts. He develops and applies for projects for cultural institutions and since 2016 specializes in the production of complex collaborative projects and in advising artists:inside and funding institutions. From 2013 to 2016 he was director of the internationale tanzmesse nrw and then innovation manager at Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft. As a cultural producer, he has worked in recent years for Kampnagel, the 7th Biennale Dance Education and the Hamburg VRHAM! festival. 

 

Felix Wittek and Matthias Quabbe, together with Mechthild Tellmann, are founders of Guterplan, a training platform by colleagues for colleagues for all those who work in contemporary dance and want to make their (working) lives a little easier. The platform offers digital training and consulting for dance professionals. We are united by many years of collaboration with dance artists in various fields of work and the desire to support the independent scene in a sustainable and contemporary way in the entire field of production practice by imparting specific expertise.

www.guterplan.teachable.com